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post #5116 of 5231

What do you guys think of this Fred Perry Hughes Leather Boot? This might be old season but anyone know where can i find this? or any recommendation for something similar? :)

 

post #5117 of 5231
Not a fan of those boots. The sole looks like a sneaker
post #5118 of 5231
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

Not a fan of those boots. The sole looks like a sneaker

Yeah You are kinda right. I thought this could be used as in between sneakers and boots. anyone tried Soldini boots before? never heard of the brand before 

post #5119 of 5231

what is the brand of this beckham boots

post #5120 of 5231
Just a heads up fellas, got a new pair of Moma lace boots, sz 41 in classifieds right now. I know a lot of you are always looking for boots like in the baller boot thread but at a much cheaper price, well here ya go. *If anybody wants me to take this down I will no problem, I just know a lot of guys are always looking for this style.




and to add something to the thread......I've owned a large majority of the brands in the baller boot thread and Moma is definitely the 'closest' to them from a quality standpoint out of everything I've ever tried. Anybody looking for a good boot that's friendly on the wallet should definitely look into Moma as a frontrunner (talking specifically the ankle lace model) if that's the aesthetic you're wanting. $450 retail is very fairly priced for what you get, and a bonus is they can usually always be picked up at discount.

To add one more option, I was also impressed with the John Varvatos mainline 'six o six' boot I owned for close to two years. Definitely another solid choice at the right price (I got mine for $200 on sale). They retail for $600, which I would definitely pass on for that price, however at around $300 or under they would be a good buy IMO.

Hope this potentially helps someone!
Edited by dmash - 8/8/13 at 1:12am
post #5121 of 5231
D,

i had the JV boots as well and i agree they are great at 200-300 but no more. Also thanks for the info on moma, ive been contemplating them for quiet a bit.

To add another brand, Buttero never disappoints, i've owned 2 pairs so far and am pretty happy. Too bad buttero has really cool styles in japan at high prices.
post #5122 of 5231
i keep forgetting are moma tts?
post #5123 of 5231
No they run large. Size down one.
post #5124 of 5231
Got these Ralph Lauren jodhpur boots from ebay. I should have sized down, they're like .5 size too large

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I like Flat Head. Very good Japanese quality.

 

Flat Head Boots horsehide SKB-20H

 

Flat Head Boots horsehide SKB-20H, Thermal Cap, Wallet, Card Case, Belt, 3 Silver Feather Pendant, Belt Clip

 

best regards

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Hi roguetheory,

 

This thread has just come to our attention. Please accept our apologies for not replying to your email. We aim to reply to every email in good time. This is not our usual practice. Due to the sheer volume of the christmas orders from the late season shows, we were a little overwhelmed towards the end of last year. If you do need a pair in the future, you can rest assured, we will give it our urgent attention.

 

Best regards,

K & T Footwear

post #5127 of 5231

So I'm guessing this ^ refers to this (from 3 years ago):

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I'm also trying to find a Chelsea/Brogue just like this one (the company which carries it are taking forever to reply to e-mails)

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So I'm guessing this ^ refers to this (from 3 years ago):

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This has to be some sort of joke.

 

K&T, you'd wait 3 years to reply, then reply now instead of letting it be washed away into history?

post #5129 of 5231
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Originally Posted by kandt View Post

Hi roguetheory,

This thread has just come to our attention. Please accept our apologies for not replying to your email. We aim to reply to every email in good time. This is not our usual practice. Due to the sheer volume of the christmas orders from the late season shows, we were a little overwhelmed towards the end of last year. If you do need a pair in the future, you can rest assured, we will give it our urgent attention.

Best regards,
K & T Footwear


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So I'm guessing this ^ refers to this (from 3 years ago):
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This has to be some sort of joke.

K&T, you'd wait 3 years to reply, then reply now instead of letting it be washed away into history?

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post #5130 of 5231
I found a pair of hiking boots that fits very well and feels solid, but I know nothing about them. There were no laces, so I made some out of paracord. The only markings on the boots are on the inner lining.

They have a Vibram Montagne sole, leather lining, that weird fold-over tongue kind of thing, a double stitched welt, and some worn out velcro on the tongue and on one of the sides of the uppers to keep the tongue in place I assume. They are mostly suede with patches of "regular" leather on the heel.

Does anyone know what these might be?


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